I was privileged to attend a stunning destination wedding this past weekend in Punta Mita, Mexico, where I had to plan outfits for three different events scattered throughout the weekend. I typically don't spend much time thinking about what to wear, as I'm more of a t-shirt, linen shirt, shorts, and white jeans kind of girl.
I didn't pack any formal designer clothes except for the wedding night, and as a result, my outfits didn't attract much attention. But my jewelry did.:)
On the beach, I wore my Eres bathing suit under a cotton knit cover-up and paired it with the chic Charlotte pendant. Featuring a rectangular piece in gold, set with brilliant diamonds, it sat next to a sliced horn link and was draped on my signature parachute cord. It is one of my most favorite new design. Cool and chic!

Beach Jewelry

At the day party, I wore the elegant Willem pendant over my linen cover-up. Trust me, I would have blended into the background if not for this cool piece. 

Beach Jewelry on linen

The only night I didn't need any substantial accessories was actually the wedding night because my dress didn't require it. Wearing my everyday Isabel earrings with small brilliant diamonds was just enough. As the saying goes, most of the time, less is more.

Zadeh in a glamorous dress

Throughout the weekend, my permanent armor, as in my bracelets stack, gave me more confidence that I needed, which mixed with Tequila, made me a bit naughty! I wore them every day, even in the ocean.

Stack of ZADEH bracelets

My process of designing goes beyond mere craftsmanship; it's a heartfelt expression, a potent combination of creativity and love that breathes life into each piece, making them not just accessories, but tangible expressions of high emotion. Because my designs are so different, I understand that sometimes people might feel intimidated by them. They require a certain boldness and confidence, and a desire to stand out, but in a subtle and quiet way. I thrive to capture one's gaze not because of grand, brilliant and beautiful gemstones (that's too easy…) but because of the interesting combination of materials that transform my jewelry into "wearable art". I am often driven by this desire to surprise, craving for that puzzled look, that pull that makes people want to touch the jewelry and question it.

Crafting my jewelry indeed requires a bit of imagination, a dash of intuition, but most importantly an overflow of passion. When you wear ZADEH, you don't just wear jewelry—you embrace that special feeling of being on top of the world. 

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